Get fast service for your daily corporate catering needs. We deliver to downtown Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, and Cambridge. Whether it's a catered breakfast, luncheon or special event - you can count on us for delicious meals, pronto.
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We take care of all your dietary needs including halal, vegan, gluten free, dairy free, allergens, or anything else.
Pakistani, Indian, Middle Eastern, Thai, North American, we cover a vast variety of cuisines to suit every palette.
We can cater to all budgets.
There is only one lunch time, and we will be on time, every time.
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Our Chef's can also prepare special off the menu items. Do not hesitate to ask!
A refreshing dish used as an appetizer. Fried homemade dumplings covered in yoghurt as well as tamarind chutney and a mix of spices for a spicy kick.
Pakistani street salad! Crispy fried dough wafers are crushed are mixed with boiled potatoes, chick peas, yoghurt, tamarind chutney, as well as raita, and then topped off with onions and a mix of spices. Spicy and cooling at the same time.
Pakoras are eggplants battered in ghee and spices and then fried to a crisp and make the perfect appetizer.
Fish pakoras are slices of cobbler catfish battered in a spice mix and fried for a soft and flavourful appetizer.
The most famous rice dish of the subcontinent. Our biryani is made according to the traditional styles of Sindh and is flavoured with cinnamon, green peppers, bay leaves, cloves, coriander and other spices.
Our veggie biryani is vegan friendly and also tastebud friendly. Containing carrots, peas, cauliflower and an assortment of spices, it's a popular rice dish because everyone can eat it!
Our plain rice is not so plain at all. Traditional basmati rice cooked in a variety of spices gives our rice a classical aroma and flavour without burning your taste buds
The name karhai comes from the name of the wok that is used to cook karhai in. The word curry is then an extension of karhai. This is where curry began. Tomato based sauce, and heavier on the spices and flavour, this is the classical dish to have with some naan.
A curry dish that is veal braised with yoghurt, onions, coriander, and cumin. This is all done slowly so that the juices of the meat itself is allowed to become part of the curry.
Similar to the veal korma, this is another braised curry that is braised with yoghurt, onions, coriander, and a variety of spices. The use of fatty goat to develop the curry makes for a thicker sauce.
Mixed Vegetable Karhai / Chana Masala / Aluu Gobi / Daal
Homemade cottage cheese cut into cubes and cooked with spinach and mustard seeds to create a green vegetable curry with paneer cubes mixed in between.
Homemade cottage cheese cut into cubes that are then cooked in a buttery spicy sauce. Vegetarians favourite dish.
Butter, cream, and chicken, the dish that has everything, and it packs a punch as well.
A stew of what, barley, lentils, and beef. The word haleem means “patience”. This is because the dish requires a lot of time and stirring to achieve its thick consistency. Garnished with coriander, lemons, fried onions, and chili, this is a dish that is made on special occasions.
The national dish of Pakistan, nihari is beef shank cooked overnight into a thick and spicy stew. Garnish this off with green chili and ginger; squeeze some lemons on top, and there is nothing else like it.
BBQ chicken quarter legs grilled till well done. Made with a mix of our tandoori masala, yoghurt and other spices, the marination dwells right into the chicken so every bite tastes just as flavourful.
A mix of ground beef and lamb with cilantro, onions, and a variety of spices. This kabab melts in your mouth. Try it with a paratha!
A whole chicken is brought to a slow cook inside our clay tandoor oven and roasted for half an hour.
"The green sauce". This is a mix of coriander, yoghurt, and a blend of spices. Traditionally goes with biryani, and also makes a great salad dressing.
Plum tamarind sauce with a sweet flavour, perfect for dipping samosas in.
Our classic rice pudding dessert. Rice soaked and dried out and finally cooked and cooled with constant attention. This is one that you cannot skip over.
A dessert from the depths of Bihar that is made with grated carrot. A favorite during holidays throughout the year!